2024 MAM Malaysia Esports Championship begins

The 2024 MAM Malaysia Esports Championship, which has four rounds scheduled on the calendar, held its first race day on March 2 at the Petaling Jaya Race Room. Comprised of three classes: junior, club, and professional, contestants raced on the virtual Sepang International Circuit (SIC). ).

The Junior class is for drivers under the age of 16 and the Club class is for drivers with a Class B or C MAM E-Sport license. Drivers with a Class A MAM E-Sport license, on the other hand, can only compete in the Pro class.

Held under the auspices of the Malaysian Motorsport Association (MAM), the championship is organized by Axle Sports eRacing Club and sanctioned by motorsport governing body, the International Automobile Federation (FIA). “This ensures that competitors compete on a level playing field within their respective racing classes, with oversight by race stewards to ensure fair play,” Alex Yun of Axle Sports he said.

In the Junior class, Matthew Chu set the fastest lap of 2:03.448 to win the 11-lap race. Keith Moe was second with a difference of 4.77 seconds, followed by Izu Adrian in third with a difference of 7.17 seconds.

Wilaya Persekutuan’s Mohammad Zikri, who was promoted to club class, drove the virtual Ferrari DTM 2021 and won the 14-lap race, setting the fastest lap of 2:03.828. Zulfikri Waidi from Perak came in second with a difference of 4.47 seconds, followed by Raja Amir Svaugat from Johor riding a BMW DTM 2021 in third place.

Brothers Naqib Azlan and Nabil Azlan took the lead in a one-two finish, with the younger brother Naqib pushing his older brother across the finish line. Ayman Hakeem from Sarawak was next in third place.

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